Tuesday, November 18, 2008

In which there is a flood...

...and the leader of the colony, Edwyn Owen, is deposed by peaceful coup.

On page 172 out of 392.

Over two thousand words painfully excised from manuscript.


Blogger Unknown said...

That's over halfway now, you're picking up momentum!

Wed Nov 19, 09:03:00 am  
Blogger Clare Dudman said...

Thanks for cheering me along at the side-lines, Barbara!

Wed Nov 19, 01:47:00 pm  
Blogger jem said...

Great truth in that word 'painfully' - I think of all the times I've heard writing described as like giving birth. And if its painful and hard work to get it out in the first place, editing must be akin to then having to sever a limb, or at least some fingers, from your child.

Sun Nov 23, 01:17:00 pm  
Blogger Clare Dudman said...

Yes, and makes criticism of it so very painful too - no matter at what stage we are, or how truly good or bad it is! Just like having a child.

Sun Nov 23, 04:53:00 pm  

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